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Mitt Romney’s high school years: Readers chat with reporter Jason Horowitz

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UPDATE: If you joined our chat, thank you for participating. We’ve added all of the questions and answers to the post below.

Jason Horowitz, whose report on the details of Mitt Romney’s high school years prompted an apology from the Republican presidential candidate, will chat with readers on the Washington Post’s Facebook page at 3:30 p.m. ET.

View Photo Gallery: The presumptive Republican presidential nominee spent many of his formative years as a student at the elite school in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

The report included details of a vicious prank Romney and some of his friends played on another classmate at the Cranbrook Schools in 1965.

“Back in high school, I did some dumb things and if anybody was hurt by that or offended, obviously I apologize for that,” Romney said Thursday morning in a radio interview with Fox News.

Horowitz will take questions in a post on the Facebook page at 3:30 p.m. about Romney’s high school years, what his classmates remember about the presidential candidate as a teenager, and reactions to the story.

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